GeneralDoes radical politics inform how you do kink? Has kink taught you ways to be a better activist or political thinker? Can the non-physical mechanics of kink (notions of consent, etc.) effect the nitty-gritty mechanics of an action bloc or campaign fight? Do conscientious ideas of environmentalism, anti-sexism, racism, able-ism, classism, gender-ism, etc. figure into the negotiating process of your scenes or relationships? How do you talk about power? Where do these ideas meet action and how do they affect our lives?
Bookssend me your suggestions and i'll post them here. it would be great to have a suggested reading list of books about radical kink or kinky radicals.
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About me:Bound to Struggle: Where Kink and Radical Politics Meet is an anthology 'zine that brings together the words of a diverse group of practitioners of both kink and radical politics. Created and edited by simon strikeback. Volume 1 is available for $2 via mail. The submission deadline for Volume 2: Power/Play has just passed and is *now available* for $3. Submissions for Volume 3 will be accepted soon, as soon as I figure out a theme. Any suggestions? To get a copy of Volume 1 or 2, or for other questions, please send me a message. Also, if you are or know someone who distributes zines, I am very interested in talking with you! Please message me.
Who I'd like to meet:pervy politicos, kinky system crashers, queer query-ers and all the people that want to get with them in bed and on the streets also, i'm looking for folks to distribute the zine or house it in libraries
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- Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
- Occupation: being a zine